It is defined as the energy lost or gained by an electron as it passes through a potential difference of one volt .
The person doing the conversion decides what voltage the system will run at - typically anything between 96 volts and 192 volts .
Next door to the proposed site is a massive electrical substation with overhead power cables carrying 33,000 volts .
A news report said the line carried 13,000 volts of electricity.
At the rear of the engine is a pair of rectangular metal grids that are charged with 6,000 volts of electric potential.
He strongly favours fencing along a straight line, disapproving of ‘ volting ‘, crossing the legs, and all the tricks which were favoured with the ancients.’
Noise signal out is generally given in amps per Hz or volts per Hz.
The instrument is able to measure isotopes at the individual atom level and does so by generating millions of volts of electricity.
A 19 year old man suffered serious burns after climbing 30 feet up an electricity pylon carrying 30,000 volts .
Invented in 1985, modern-day magnetic stimulators charge up to a whopping 3,000 volts and produce peak currents of up to 8,000 amps - powers similar to those of a small nuclear reactor.